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injured and in the hospital. >> it is horrific. anytime you go out and somebody's life is loss without warning suddenly, you know, before their time. >> reporter: the department of motor vehicles confirms this isn't the first time hossein tabrizi was dangerous on the road. after a dui in 2005 his license was suspended after he failed to complete his dui program on him it was suspended begin. and was the cause of an accident in los angeles. -- accident in los angeles. investigators will not say if he was driving under the influence this weekend. two hours ago i spoke with him on the phone. he lost his mother and waiting word about his wife's condition. i wanted to talk to him about
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these developments and he told me given the situation and the fact this is a family tragedy he wants to keep this a private matter. patty lee, ktvu channel 2 news. the father accused of kidnapping his two kids spoke out in court this afternoon. christopher maffei told the judge he was protecting his kids from abuse. authorities say he took his son and daughter from their home in san francisco while the mother was getting a restraining order against him and the grandmother was baby sitting. he is charged with kidnapping, child endangerment and burglary. >> coming up, the amazing rescue caught on tape and the device that may have saved lives. to developing news in the east bay. firefighters are at the scene of a brush fire. cal fire is assisting firefighters with air support. the fire that you see here
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burning is one acre in size and moving slowly. it is burning near power lines and a substation. there is no word on what started the fire. crews are on the scene. as soon as we get more information we will bring it to you. firefighters joined in the fight against a wildfire threatening homes near clear lake. the 4600-acre fire broke out last friday and right now is only 15% contained. 300 homes are threatened and authorities warned people to be ready to evacuate. 1300 firefighters are currently battling the flames. less than an hour ago we learned it was an off duty san francisco sheriff's deputy who turned the tables on someone who tried to rob him. ktvu's alex savage reports he shot a suspect who was armed
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with a fake hand gun. >> reporter: he was shot twice this morning and taken to the hospital in stable condition. he got more than he bargained for when he tried to rob a man and woman. one of the victims was an off duty police officer. he pulled a gun and fired. . >> i heard a number of shots. not sure how many. three, four. then i heard somebody yelling down. down. and the police were here within seconds. >> this happened before 2:00 a.m. on lee street. the off-duty officer and the woman just arrived home and parked their car. they went to grab something when the robber approached and demanded their valuables. police say the officer felt his life was in danger and reacted. >> striking him a few times. suspect is in a hospital.
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>> reporter: the robber who was shot was involved in two other hold ups earlier in the night in this same area of oakland. neighbors are thankful things ended the way they did. >> i think it is better what happened than the other way around and maybe the neighborhood will calm down and go back to normal. >> reporter: as it turns out police now say that robber was armed with a fake hand gun. he will be facing armed robbery charges once he recovers. the police officer was not hurt during the shooting and neither was the woman. in oakland, alex savage, ktvu channel 2 news. police are looking for a wanted parolee who allude arrest despite being cornered by s.w.a.t. team. they saw him run into a house last night. they surrounded the house and called in a s.w.a.t. team. he is a known gang member who lives in the house with his parents. the s.w.a.t.
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team used tear gas to force him out. when they entered the house he was nowhere to be found. only the parents were inside. >> they said he was here and they saw him run outside. >> no. no. i don't think so, no inasmuch -- no, no. >> police believe he may have crawled up into the attic and jumped from the roof. a neighbor reported seeing a man jumping over the fence. and in the south bay a community is mourning the loss of a store clerk shot and killed. coming up, what is located a quarter mile from the store and why that shows the person is daring and not afraid. the body of a california highway patrol was given a hero's escort today. they took his body from martinez to a mortuary.
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he is a father of four. family and officers escorted his casket. he was shot last week during a traffic stop. he was taken off life support wednesday. in 90 minutes, a panel will hear from the police chief a week after a fatal officer involved shooting there. he was shot to death september 2 while sitting in a car. joe johnson, a passenger was injured. police say he appeared to be reaching for a weapon. investigators say they found a fake gun and pills in the car. there have been 7 officer involved shooting shootings since january. >> the chief fire resigned today after he was sited for buying alcohol for a minor. he was caught up in a sting operation last week. he was buying alcohol for a
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teenager. he was just hired in july to serve as the interim fire chief. he was a firefighter for 25 years. a memorial service is planned tomorrow night for a college student whose body was found in the scram river. the -- in the sacramento river. someone wrote his name on a hillside. brett olson's body was found yesterday. he disappeared while tubing in the sacramento river. he was a student at california polytechnic state university in san luis obispo. investigators say there is no sign of foul play. the raiders play their opener tonight at the colosseum and security will be very tight. ktvu's paul chambers will be there and tells us why going to the game will be like going through security that airport. paul?
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>> reporter: raidernation is alive and well. i will tell you you will see a new coach this year and new changes. security details like at the airport and the nfl is doing it to keep people safe. >> reporter: pre-game activities started earlier today. >> we have been here since 10:00 a.m. >> reporter: raider fans were asked to show up two hours before kickoff and this is what you got. thousands of fans waiting in line. >> expecting 60,000 people. >> reporter: before they could get in, all fans are required to undergo more security. there are metal detectors where security will screen people and their property. although they understand the changes, fans reactions are mixed. >> close down tailgate early to get into the game. >> whatever it takes to protect the fans. we are all one family out here.
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>> controls, you know, all the negativeativity. got to do what -- negativity. got to do what they need to do. >> reporter: as a bonus for turning up early, the raiders wanted to sweeten the pot. everyone who arrives one hour before kickoff today are eligible to win a prize. >> gift certificate to the raider store. we got sideline passes. locker room tours. autographed items from hall of fame players. >> reporter: that is for today's game. these are not going anywhere anytime soon. at 6:00 p.m. the mayor is on her way here. we will track her down and bring it to you at 6:00 p.m. paul chambers, ktvu channel 2 news. [ music playing ] fans have been out much of
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the day showing their support for the raiders. they are outhe make oakland better charity festival. organizers say it is the longest nfl tailgate party and donations made during the party will benefit several organizations including mothers against drunk driving. nadia lockyer was this morning -- regained visitation rights with her son. police in orange arrested her on charges of possesses methamphetamine and child abuse because the drugs were in the house where her son was staying. the judge is allowing her to visit her son but only if bill lockyer is present. nadia lockyer resigned from the board of super visors in april after several bizarre
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incidents. the chevron refinery fire investigation, while regulators held a special meeting and the changes they want them to make. >> there is the fog but it is shallow. temperatures inland will warm up. how hot it will be in your neighborhood for your tuesday.
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turning now to our coverage of the chevron refinery fire last month. ktvu's rob roth tells us about all the investigations going on along with special meeting today. rob? >> reporter: 5 separate investigations are going on here that chevron refinery and much of the focus is on improving what some call a substandard air pollution monitoring system. >> reporter: they called a special meeting to discuss last month's fire at the chevron refinery and its after math. the fire sent 15,000 residents to hospitals, most with respiratory problems even
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though they said the samples were safe. >> the community want to see more air monitoring so the public can understand what is in the air. >> reporter: they also hope to establish a better community alert system and perhaps use a weather balloon to catch samples high in the atmosphere. >> we always reviewing efforts to improve air quality and imform the public. >> we -- inform the public. >> we may get what we should have had. >> reporter: the epa, cal-osha, and chevron are investigating along with the federal chemical safety board. one area of concern? >> looking at the issue of the operation of the unit. from the time the leak was discovered till the fire erupted, approximately 2-1/2 hours. >> reporter: these investigations could take six
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months or more. coming up at 6:00 p.m., why investigators are focusing on pipe here at the chevron refinery. reporting live, rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. hewlett-packard announced a round of lof layoff -- layoffs today. hewlett-packard said it will cut 29,000 jobs by october 2014. that is up from the cuts it announces in may. they did not explain why they are eliminating more jobs. the company stock bumped up today, rising .1 to close at 17.43. on wall street the dow is down 52 to 13,254. the nasdaq is down 32 at 3,104. the s&p is down 8 at 1,429. authorities in wisconsin released video of a gun battle between police and a man who
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shot and killed several people last month at a sikh temple. >> the video shows an officer shouting at him to drop his gun. authorities say he killed six people and wounded several more before turning the gun on himself. the officer who was doing the shouting was hit several times but ended up surviving. security in yemen say they killed the second in command of a al-qaeda branch. he died in a air strike along with five other people. many sources said the missile was fired from a u.s. drone. he was released to a terrorist rehabilitation program five years ago. >> authorities in mexico arrested a man with ties to
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hezbollah. he was released on probation from prison in july where he was serving time for a conviction on credit card fraud charges. he was detained for violating terms of his probation. he was ordered transferred to the bay area. tomorrow is the 11th anniversary of the attacks in new york city and washington, d.c. ceremonies will be held in pennsylvania as well where one of the planes went down. today u.s. defense secretary leon panetta took a tour and stopped that wall containing the names of those who died on flight 93 which was headed to san francisco. in the bay area each of the 43 fire stations will hold memorials at 6:45 a.m. in the morning. for the first time the government is acknowledging a link between the debris at
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ground zero and cancer in the first responders. it was announced today the world trade center health program will pay for cancer treatment. administrators earlier excluded cancer saying there was not enough evidence to prove that debris from the world trade center caused it. a former navy s.e.a.l. is defending his decision to publish a book on taking out osama bin laden. >> i try to give the reader a sense of what it is like to be there. >> the author of no easy day appeared on cbs's 60 minutes with his face and voice altered. he said the assault was one of the most significant operations in u.s. history. and a story he believes should be told. the pentagon threatened to sue him because he did not submit
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to a security review. weather now. we saw these pictures. beautiful right now but also a lot of fog. >> i think we will be okay. you see the fog, it is shallow. it will take time to get to the colosseum. game will be nice. starting temperature, 64 degrees for the kickoff. after the game, 50s. fog will be slow getting into the neighborhood tonight. that was the live fog. and you can see the fog here, at the coast, dense. the inversion is shallow. 88 antioch right now. 89 in fairfield. highs today, low 90s. highs tomorrow back where they were there. most of this week, the same. kind of the same. not real hot. just a flat line thing. fog that host nights and morning. patchy and dense. when you get it dense like
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that, inversion is shallow. there it is. the stadium. clear conditions for the game. 64 degrees at kickoff. 4th quarter, 50s. if you are heading out tonight, you want a jacket for sure. here is the thing at night, cold. over night lows, you noticed it this morning, 44 santa rosa. 46 napa. these are chilly over night lows. we are used to 58, 59 degrees. especially inland. summer time. when you get down here, you are dropping 6-7 degrees. in the mornings you are noticing it. kicking the heater on. as we go into the next couple days, these lows get cooler. i come back here, we will get specific and the five-day forecast with your bay area weekend in view. see you back here. >> thank you. why doctors say it is okay to let your baby cry it out at
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night. plus ... >> teachers in the mid-west walk off the job. the issues at the center of the strike. >> and new figures of the number of lil' illegal immigrants detained last year and those figures have set a new record.
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. what do we need? >> a contract.
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>> what do we need? >> chicago teachers are on strike. 30,000 hit the picket line and held a street rally. contract talks between the union and the city broke down over night. the strike left 400,000 students aon an unscheduled vacation from class today. that strike comes after months of contract talks and a appeal from chicago's mayor. >> this is a strike of choice. and it is the wrong choice for the children and not necessary. we are down to two issues, our request was, which was rejected, postpone the strike. >> those two issues he talked about are health any of the a new system for -- health benefits and a new system for teachers. parent who support the teachers
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say the children are suffering. >> my kids are at home missing out on all their education. now they get to play around and pretend this is a fun day. >> we suffer through poverty and now they are out of school? >> the school district opened 144 schools for part of the day to provide food and supervision. while teachers in chicago are on strike, california is facing a shortage of teachers. the obama administration is forcing illegal immigrants out of the country at record levels. a new homeland security report said last year they detained 429,000 illegal immigrants. u.s. immigration and customs enforcement also removed 188,000 known criminals from
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the united states. supporters say more needs to be done to help immigrants who want to stay in the united states. >> we need workers. we don't have a good system to admit them legally. >> homeland security say the number of people trying to cross the boarder dropped to a 40 year low but the administration still needs to do more to address the 12 million illegal immigrants thought to be living in the united states. here in milpitas, compassion and concern for a store clerk killed during a robbery this weekend. the latest details police just released half hour ago. >> a coast guard crew had a busy weekend saving six people in a single day. we will show you some of the rescue video coming up.
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complete bay area news coverage continues right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m. >> there is sadness and fear in a neighborhood today. people are paying respects after a popular store clerk was dunned down during -- gunned down during a weekend robbery at a 7-eleven. ktvu's rob effort h tells us the -- robert handa tells us the latest on the investigation and how the neighborhood is reacting. >> we have seen people coming here to the 7-eleven, visiting a memorial for the clerk who was killed this weekend. i talked with police and the department identified the victim. he is the first homicide of the year, which is one reason it
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has the community worried. >> reporter: she brought flowers to pay tribute to a 7- eleven store clerk in a robbery saturday morning around 2:00 a.m. >> the guy just -- you know, he is elderly. i don't understand why somebody would have to take his life. take the money and go. >> reporter: police say investigators are following possible lead and are not releasing many details on the case. they pointed out the crime took place close to the police department. >> yes, quarter mile down the street from the police department. shows you the criminal -- the criminal in this case is brazen and, you know, not very afraid. >> reporter: some people in the neighborhood were rattled by the killing. >> i am scared, you know, i feel bad for the feel who died inside the store because the people working there, they are very nice. >> reporter: some say police should have issued a
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neighborhood alert. >> i don't understand why we haven't been communicated with so we could be safe. >> several of the detectives have dropped what they are doing and are committed of trying to find them to bring them to justice. >> reporter: earlier today we talked to the family who are devastated. live, robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. a 75-year-old man was shot and wounded yesterday morning while walking in san francisco. police say the man was near newhall street. his wound is not life threatening. police are looking for three men in their 20s. busy weekend for the coast card. they rescued six people in one day and one of the rescues was like anything they have
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attempted before. ktvu's allie rasmus is live in san francisco, crew members said they had no time to spare? >> reporter: they say a device like this meant the difference between life and death for a father and son who crashed their plane into the ocean. >> reporter: a coast card rescue swimmer and a man cling to a cable hoisting them out of choppy water. this is video of the rescue. >> waves put us under water and when we were getting hoisted a second wave hit us. >> reporter: a 70-year-old father and son were flying when their engine died. when the coast card arrived they had 12 minutes of fuel left. they knew where to find the plane thanks to this device.
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they had a personal locating beacon on board. >> it sent us exactly to the position where we needed to go and we didn't have to search, spend time searching. had we spent that 12 minutes trying to find them instead of going directly to where they were, could have turned out much more different. >> reporter: this was their third rescue of the day. the first call came in at noon with a sail boat taking on water. they spotted the boat and then sped off to another rescue. a boat sunk. he spotted a fragment of the boat, two passengers were floating nearby. >> reporter: the crew on board the helicopter called in the location of the two sailers to another vessel so they were also rescued. you can say that chopper is getting maintenance work now. but six people were saved yesterday by the same coast
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card crew based here in san francisco. live in san francisco, allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. the obama administration is enlisting the help of facebook for a new strategy to prevent suicides. officials say 100 americans commit suicide every day and that veterans and young people are the ones hooare facing the -- who are facing the highest risk. it promotes the use of phone apps for getting help and increases the number of counselors on a national hot line by 50%. >> a 8 million people a year talk about attempting suicide or thoughts of suicide. 16% of high school students say they have thoughts about suicide in the past year. so it is a major public health
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issue. >> they nounced 56 mill -- announced $56 million in funding today. president obama brought in more than mitt romney did. president obama raised $114 million last month. that is a increase from july. republican presidential candidate mitt romney raised $111 million in august. the third straight month he brought in more than $100 million. republican presidential candidate mitt romney mocked president obama's campaign theme which is the word forward. >> forewarned is a better term. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> we know what would happen if he were reelected. more years of high unemployment. more years of deficits. >> mitt romney held a rally at a plant in ohio. he plans to campaign heavily in ohio over the next couple
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weeks. florida restaurant owner who surprised president obama with a bear hug said it was a spur of the moment anth. >> moment act. >> we didn't plan it. it was just a genuine moment. i was taken aback by. incredible experience. >> a moment that was caught on video and broadcast all over the country. he says he was playing golf when he got a call the president would visit his restaurant. he is a registered republican but voted for president obama in 2008 and plans to vote for him again in november. fbi arrested the mayor of trenton, new jersey on corruption charges. he is charged with taking bribes in connection with a project to build a parking garage. he demanded 119,000. his brother and another man were also named in the indictment that came after a
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two year investigation. authorities want community train systems to list safety hazards. they are proposing reviews of all commuter trains. it would require lines to identify potential safety hazards, then write a plan to reduce the risk and file the plan with washington. >> this is one more layer. commuter railroads are safe, one of the safest modes of transportation we have. >> the proposal comes after laws passed in the wake of a 2005 southern california train derailment that left 15 dead. >> a website with a racy ad campaign was shut down today. the two possible reasons by go daddy was the victim of a cyber attack. >> and parents have done it or considered it, what researchers
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say about letting a baby cry it out.
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someone launched a cyber attack on go taking it offline for a time. it was knocked out websites for people and companies that use go daddy. they used defile of service
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overwhelming the servers. the motive isn't clear. one person on twitter said he was testing go daddy's security. anonymous is claiming the theft of apple happened after members -- i.d. happened after members stole them. it allows the tracting of things like high game scores. two days to the big announcement from apple in san francisco. preparations are underway while the speculation continues as to what apple will be unveiling. most of the rumors are focused on an iphone 5 in black or white with a two tone back, taller screen, lower power
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consumption and -- consumption. we will find out on wednesday. the fbi is about to launch a system that is raising concerns about privacy. the next generation system will connect with cameras across the country to identify criminals. it will make use of facial and voice recognition and dna analysis. privateacy advocates say it could be misused to -- privacy advocates say it could be misused. explosion tears apart a home, what police say neighbors could have done to prevent this. >> and back here in a couple minutes, tracking the fog, the latest model lined up and red a eto -- and ready to go and your forecast for your tuesday. see you back here. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy.
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investigators say a thief may be to blame for a explosion at a home. more on what police say the thief was doing. >> reporter: this is video of the explosion saturday morning. neighbors are calling it a first. >> never seen anything like that before. >> reporter: investigators say they believe someone broke into this home to steal a stove and in the process of stealing the stove broke the gas line or intentionally left the gas on.
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>> he took the stove out. that is what they said. i go for real, they go yeah, somebody went in there. >> reporter: 10 days earlier police raided this home and seized an illegal marijuana grow and the landlord evicted the renter and now police believe that whoever broke into the home and removed the stove knew no one was home. >> we don't know who, what their intentions were, if they left the gas line on. >> police have no suspects and are asking for tips from the public. another neighbor offered a warning. >> we do evil, we will get evil in return. >> reporter: police have no suspects in this explosion. ktvu channel 2 news. bp says it is selling off
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some assets in the gulf of mexico. they struck a deal for a houston company to buy them. bp hopes to raise $38 billion. students found changes today. the school district served up its first meatless monday. students chose from whole grain mac and cheese, hummus, fruits and a salad bar, in high school, salad, baked potatoes. researchers say it is okay to sleep train your baby by letting the baby to cry. more than 200 infants who participated were no different than other babies in terms of emotional health and child- parent bonding. they tested two methods. in one parent returned to the
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room to offer comfort. in the other parents camped out in a chair that was moved away from the bed. men who smoke marijuana when they were teen may be at risk for cancer. researchers found inincidence was -- the incidence was twice as high. doctors say marijuana might interfere with the development of hormones that prevent cancer. our chief meteorologist told us about the cool weather in the mornings and bill, once we get to the chilly mornings it is nice the rest of the day. >> the days are nice. beautiful fall weather. mornings are getting crisp. over night lows in the 40s. that is something you will notice tomorrow morning. there is the fog, over the hill there, past san francisco, ocean beach, fog there, pacifica right now. it is a thin layer at the beach. not getting inland yet.
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outside. fog at the golden gate bridge. making it towards alcatraz as well. what we are looking for is the fog to increase. the story will be a slight warming trend. degree or two each day. today we had upper 80s. tomorrow upper 80s. stay in the upper 80s range. the high pressure is doing its job. that is why the fog isn't flying inland. high pressure is creating fog that coast and not great visibilities along highway 1. give yourself extra time. you know how it gets. by pacifica. the forecast, there it is. you see how it is not going through the san bruno gap? it is shallow. tomorrow will be a warm day. you could call it hot inland.
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warm. 90s. lots of 80s, 70s. around the bay. nice day. great fall pattern coming up. the week ahead, warming and you will see it here. it is not -- like -- slow. 93 degrees towards thursday and friday. nice week ahead. the forest, clear lake 91. 78 vallejo. 87 concord. 90 antioch. these are your tuesday highs. fire danger is high. we are always concerned but we don't have indications of strong winds that would give us issue. that is good news. there is your five-day forecast with your bay area weekend in view. i am back here at 6:00 p.m. and we will update the latest computer modelles. >> nice football -- modelles. >> nice football weather.
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saying good-bye to actor michael clarke duncan. [ music playing ] >> the funeral took place at forest lawn in los angeles. jay leno and tom hanks are two that attended. hanks co-starred with michael clarke duncan in the green mile. he was hospitalized since july following a heart attack. the san diego county home where junior seau shot himself sold for $2 million. it is below the $3.2 million he paid for it in 2005. it has three bedrooms. the sellers must disclose a suicide took place there. small business is celebrating its success. still to come, the program it is thanking for its growth. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso.
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these people are camped out for the opening of a fast food restaurant. they will get free buffalo wild wins for a year. one man never had them before but he heard they were good. a manufacturing business showed off its new facility today and one of those on the
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tour helped pave the way for the company's move. >> quick mount makes devices for attaching solar energy to the rooftops of businesses and today they gave him a tour of their new plant. the sba backed a loan to help them move to this new facility. >> we were growing so fast, we needed a new facility and they helped us finance this building. 90,000 square feet. gives us lots of room for growth. >> the sba administrator says her agents helps businesses with loans and with advice to keep them successful. they say that loan has also allowed them to hire 20 new
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employees for a total of 65 workers. casinos are bringing in a billion dollars a month for the first time in years. that is a 17% increase over july and the first time they hit the mark since 2008. it is due to the game -- a black bear caused a major closing in los angeles county. earlier when the bear wandered out of the forest it forced the closure of the 210 freeway. it was seen running at a track at a high school. the raidernation has a fan joining their ranks tonight. coming up, the reasons mayor jean quan says it is so important she attend tonight's football game.
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i am. i am julie haener. >> and i am frank somerville. >> the raidernation is in full force tonight as they get ready to hit the field for their opener on monday night football. ktvu's paul chambers is live with the reason the game is drawing local dignitaries. >> reporter: raidernation is alive and well. there is a line of people preparing for the game. kickoff is an hour from now. mayor jean quan is out here too campaigning to keep sports teams in town. [ cheers and applause ] >> we wanted to show that the east bay has the enthusiasm for a football stadium. [ cheers and applause ]

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